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18 minutes ago, Smiley said:

It was 12 years ago and all a blur. There is a Chinatown - so guessing.... err... Chinese if that's your thing. 

No problem mate and thanks for replying, we have a couple of options but I would prefer to go off a recommendation

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We are hoping to organise a tour for the falls so not sure if that involves lunch or not yet. On a separate note looks like Sau has joined your lot this afternoon just in time for the 1895 cup, h

About ten years since I went but the best meal I had during my trip, let alone Toronto, was the revolving restaurant at the top of the CN Tower, or whatever name it goes by now.

If you intend to go up the tower you might as well give it a try anyway - and if the same is still true from when I went, restaurant diners are permitted to jump the queues at the lifts, which is a big perk if you are going up there anyway! 

Can't say what the foods like these days though.

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21 minutes ago, Sluffy said:

About ten years since I went but the best meal I had during my trip, let alone Toronto, was the revolving restaurant at the top of the CN Tower, or whatever name it goes by now.

If you intend to go up the tower you might as well give it a try anyway - and if the same is still true from when I went, restaurant diners are permitted to jump the queues at the lifts, which is a big perk if you are going up there anyway! 

Can't say what the foods like these days though.

Thanks mate👍

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7 hours ago, Salford Trotter said:

Off to Toronto in September but it's a flying 3 day visit before we fly to NYC so have booked the usual Niagara trip but any restaurant recommendations in Toronto itself?

Make sure you have dinner in St Lawrence Market. Every cuisine you can think of, all cooked fresh and dirt cheap. We had a Chinese with spring rolls, noodles etc and it cost less than a pint in the bar across the road. 

All of the bars do food so you’re sorted for burgers or whatever. If you’re having a brunch then Liberty Commons pub in Liberty Village was REALLY good.

We went to a nice Italian on the Main Street between CN Tower and the ice hockey arena and, depending on where you’re staying, there’s quite a swanky steak place in West King St West though it’s not necessarily worth travelling to if you’re staying a trek away. 

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1 minute ago, Leyther_Matt said:

Make sure you have dinner in St Lawrence Market. Every cuisine you can think of, all cooked fresh and dirt cheap. We had a Chinese with spring rolls, noodles etc and it cost less than a pint in the bar across the road. 

All of the bars do food so you’re sorted for burgers or whatever. If you’re having a brunch then Liberty Commons pub in Liberty Village was REALLY good.

We went to a nice Italian on the Main Street between CN Tower and the ice hockey arena and, depending on where you’re staying, there’s quite a swanky steak place in West King St West though it’s not necessarily worth travelling to if you’re staying a trek away. 

Excellent info, cheers mate

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5 minutes ago, Salford Trotter said:

Excellent info, cheers mate

Only place I’ve ever been to where nachos can be considered a main meal. Went to Real Sports Bar at the side of the arena for the England v Colombia game, ordered a portion of beef brisket nachos between two of us and didn’t eat again for the rest of the day!

We struggled for anywhere decent in Niagara, it’s basically like a humid Blackpool. Ended up in Hard Rock. Craft brewery place was worth a visit though. 

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2 minutes ago, Leyther_Matt said:

Only place I’ve ever been to where nachos can be considered a main meal. Went to Real Sports Bar at the side of the arena for the England v Colombia game, ordered a portion of beef brisket nachos between two of us and didn’t eat again for the rest of the day!

We struggled for anywhere decent in Niagara, it’s basically like a humid Blackpool. Ended up in Hard Rock. Craft brewery place was worth a visit though. 

We are hoping to organise a tour for the falls so not sure if that involves lunch or not yet.

On a separate note looks like Sau has joined your lot this afternoon just in time for the 1895 cup, he'll be missed

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